The law underpins many parts of everyday life – housing, work, family, and education, to name a few. It is of fundamental importance to our society that individuals have access to justice and receive appropriate, accessible and affordable legal support at the right time.
Many people face significant barriers in accessing justice including affordability, geography, availability and cultural appropriateness. Legal problems can also lead to financial strain, stress-related illness, relationship breakdown, and other adverse consequences.
From strategy development and program design to measuring and understanding impact or developing outcomes frameworks, we support not-for-profits and governments in their work in the Justice sector. We support communities, including First Nations peoples, to have a voice in how the justice system affects their lives.
Justice Connect strategy
We supported Justice Connect to develop both an organisational and program-based strategy.
Koori Justice Unit
Developing a service model to deliver a family-centred approach for Aboriginal families involved with the justice system.
VALS Outcomes Framework
Developing an outcomes framework, data collection tools and implementation roadmap.
Our evaluation of M-NG found the program improves outcomes for Koori children and families.
WEstjustice MEL Frameworks
We supported WEstjustice to develop MEL frameworks for two of their key programs.
Our clients include
Children's Court of Victoria
Health Justice Australia
National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Service
Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service
A talented and diverse team
Our team of over 40 professionals come from the top of their fields.
An original approach
Complex problems require an original approach.
An established track record
Over a decade of strengthening the sector.
Our clients come from all across the for-purpose sector.